A Positive Note About Bryan College

Friday, July 28, 2017

In light of the negative news directed at Bryan College, I thought I would share something positive. My name is Donald. After retiring from the USAF as a MSgt, and then, serving with an orphanage in South Sudan for two years as a missionary, I find myself serving at Bryan College. What a privilege it is. 

The great thing about Bryan is that while I do have a job to do, I am not here because of the job. I am
here because of the opportunity to serve and mentor students. Those doors are already beginning to
open. And despite all of the negativity, I look around and see other staff and faculty who love their jobs and are happy to be at Bryan as well serving students.

There is a unified mindset amongst all that everything we do is to educate students to become servants of Christ to make a difference in today’s world. 

There is a lot happening now in student life that is God-driven. God is on the move at Bryan College. 
Who doesn’t want to be where God is on the move? I praise God for all he is doing at Bryan College. 

Donald Buttram


What Happened To Recycle Pickup On Robinson Drive?

Wanting A Publix That Better Suits The Location And Community

Publix Store Does Not Warrant Opposition


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Opinion

What Happened To Recycle Pickup On Robinson Drive?

The city did not pick up the recyclables on Friday the 7th on our street (Robinson Drive). They have missed the whole street four of the past five scheduled pick up days. We then have to call 311 or the mayors office and they pick it up in two or three days. The mayor needs to find out why this continues to happen and make any necessary changes to insure that the problem ... (click for more)

Wanting A Publix That Better Suits The Location And Community

In his opinion piece, “Quit Embarrassing Us,” Rox Exum misses the point. He writes, “I cannot speak for those who oppose the renewal of South Broad Street but…what is puzzling to me is…why more don’t embrace it and join in what our overall community needs the most: our encouragement.” No one who opposes the Publix development in its proposed form opposes the renewal of South ... (click for more)

Breaking News

County Schools, Other Schools To Open On A 2-Hour Delay Monday Morning

Hamilton County Schools will open on a two-hour delay on Monday due to a threat of slippery road conditions in the higher elevations overnight. Officials said, "Below freezing temperatures are expected in areas of Hamilton County which could cause travel problems in the morning. Buses will run two hours later than normal in the morning and schools will begin two hours later. ... (click for more)

Stephen Moore, 34, Shot And Killed Early Sunday Morning

Stephen Laton Moore, 34, was shot and killed early Sunday morning on East 5th Street. At approximately 12:19 a.m., Chattanooga Police were dispatched to a report of a person shot in the 2500 block of East 5th Street. Upon arrival, officers located the victim suffering from a fatal gunshot wound. Hamilton County EMS responded and pronounced him deceased. CPD Major ... (click for more)

Sports

Admiral Schofield Leads Tennessee To 76-73 Upset Of #1 Gonzaga

Admiral Schofield led the once-beaten Tennessee Vols to an upset of top-ranked Gonzaga, 76-73, on Sunday afternoon. In a game played in Phoenix, the Vols led by as many as 9 early, then were in the lead at halftime 34-33. The previously-undefeated Zags built their own lead on the shooting of Zach Norvell Jr., then seemed to have the advantage when Vol star Grant Williams went ... (click for more)

Meme Jackson Has Career Day To Lead #9 Lady Vols Over #12 Texas In Austin

Senior Meme Jackson logged a career-high 33 points to lift the No. 9/9 Lady Vols to an 88-82 victory over No. 12/12 Texas in the Frank Erwin Center on Sunday. Sophomore Evina Westbrook posted 23 points for her third straight 20+ point performance. Cheridene Green was also in double figures for Tennessee (8-0), adding 10 points and six rebounds. Texas (7-2) was led in ... (click for more)